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Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For August 28th, 2015x

Hey, it's HighScalability time: The oldest known fossil of a flowering plant. 130 million years old. What digital will last so long? 32.6: Ashley Madison password cracks per hour; 1 million: cores in the Human Brain Project's silicon...Show More Summary

7 Strategies for 10x Transformative Change

Peter Thiel, VC, PayPal co-founder, early Facebook investor, and most importantly, the supposed inspiration for Silicon Valley's intriguing Peter Gregory character, argues in his book Zero to One that a successful business needs to make...Show More Summary

Griffon: Webfont Icons on Desktop apps? You betcha!

There are many options out there to make an application to look better. Icons are one of these options. As good looking icons may be there is a drawback if they are image based: the amount of memory used to load data and render them....Show More Summary

Our Brave New World of 4K Displays

It's been three years since I last upgraded monitors. Those inexpensive Korean 27" IPS panels, with a resolution of 2560×1440 – also known as 1440p – have served me well. You have no idea how many people I've witnessed being Wrong On The Internet on these babies. I

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For August 14th, 2015

Hey, it's HighScalability time: Being Google CEO: Nice. Becoming Tony Stark: Priceless (Alphabet) $7: WeChat's revenue per user and there are 549 million of them; 60%: Etsy users using mobile; 10: times per second a self-driving carShow More Summary

Why My Water Droplet Is Better Than Your Hadoop Cluster

We’ve had computation using slime mold and soap film, now we have computation using water droplets. Stanford bioengineers have built a “fully functioning computer that runs like clockwork - but instead of electrons, it operates using...Show More Summary

How Google Invented an Amazing Datacenter Network Only They Could Create

Google with justly earned pride recently announced : Today at the 2015 Open Network Summit, we are revealing for the first time the details of five generations of our in-house network technology. From Firehose, our first in-house datacenter...Show More Summary

Bring Your Own Code: Introducing the Lucky Deuce

The life of a developer is about being cunning. When presented a problem that could be solved with strenuous, character-building labor, our first instinct is to automate it and cheat our way around it, if at all possible. Or maybe I’m just projecting. Show More Summary

Getting Started with Windows 10

I've been making Windows 10 videos at night to help out friends and family, and because it's fun. NOTE: Please share my videos with your family, friends, and social networks with this easy to remember URL: More Summary

CodeSOD: The New Zero

If Alice needed to rate her co-workers, on a scale of 1–10, whoever wrote this is a zero. The goal here is to create a new string that is 4096 characters long and contains only zeros. This was the best approach Alice’s co-worker found: string...Show More Summary

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For July 17th, 2015

Hey, it's HighScalability time: In case you were wondering, the world is weird. Large Hadron Collider discovers new pentaquark particle. 3x: Uber bigger than taxi market; 250x: traffic in HotSchedules' DDoS attack; 92%: Apple’s share...Show More Summary

Announcements: Experience Your Own Support Stories at Inedo

Support stories have always been among some of my favorite. Not enough links for you? Here, I'll just share my favorite favorite: Radio WTF Presents: Quantity of Service. It's not so much the sense of smug superiority that comes with diagnosing ID-10t and PEBCAK errors, but more a sense of appreciation. Show More Summary

Tupac and HoloLens are not Holograms

This past week I learned a new party trick. I can turn a holographic researcher beet red by simply referencing Tupac's Hologram. It's not because they identify strongly with East Coast hip-hop. Rather, it has to do with calling it aShow More Summary

MyEclipse and Java EE 7

Java EE has long enjoyed strong support from all of the major Java IDEs today - Java EE 7 is no exception. I am likely biased but I think NetBeans is the strongest in it's support for modern Java EE. IntelliJ is also popular amongst many Java EE developers. Show More Summary

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For July 10th, 2015

Hey, it's HighScalability time: Spying on an ant holding its favorite microchip. (@SciencePorn) 1,425%: malware attack ROI; 33333/sec: BP oil well datapoints generated; 8 million: mumified dogs; 5 billion: Apple map requests per week;...Show More Summary

JavaOne 2015 Java EE Track Committee: Ryan Cuprak

This is the fourth and last in a series of interviews for you to meet some of the committee members for the JavaOne 2015 Java EE track. We will next move on to interviewing some of the key accepted speakers in the track this year. The committee plays the most important part in determining the content for JavaOne. Show More Summary

Read Write Web — Q2 Summary — 2015

Summary Q2 was a relatively quiet, yet has seen quite a bit of progress.  Some work is being done on the EU INSPIRE directive and ESWC took place in Slovenia with some interesting demos.  One that caught the eye was QueryVOWL, a visual query language, for linked data. Show More Summary

Create Server Code Script to Invoke a REST API in 5 Minutes

This video shows how to invoke a REST API from the Server Code script. There are a number of benefits to invoke a REST API from the server instead of directly from the client: JavaScript is the language used to write the script Additional business logic can be added around the API. Show More Summary

Fitness Apps on Android Wear

Posted by Joshua Gordon, Developer Advocate Go for a run, improve your game, and explore the great outdoors with Android Wear! Developers are creating a diverse array of fitness apps that provide everything from pace and heart rate while running, to golf tips on your favorite course, to trail maps for hiking. Show More Summary

MLAPHP Boot Camp! - Paul M. Jones

You may have seen my introductory talk on steps toward modernizing a legacy application at Nashville PHP or at php[world]. That was the presentation that formed the first few chapters of Modernizing Legacy Applications in PHP. The MLAPHP book has been a great help to a lot of people. Show More Summary

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